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Israeli Road Intersections to be Converted into Solar Power Stations

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Feb 11, 2024

The Ministry of Transport has announced Doral Energy as the winner of the tender for constructing photovoltaic power plants on the territory of highway interchanges, under the responsibility of the state-owned Netivei Israel company. The decision comes after a study revealed that Netivei Israel owns more than 5,000 dunams of land that is not being used for commercial purposes due to lack of access, making it suitable for solar power plants. The initial stage will include the construction of photovoltaic elements in 13 junctions, which will produce 85 megawatts of electricity. The Ministry of Transport has selected the following junctions: Beit Kama, Gedera, Yagur, Neot Hovav, Sara, Rahat, HaZeitim, Adumim, Shimshon, Shaar HaGai, Dror, Raanana Darom, and Jaljulia. Doral Energy will receive a 25-year license to build and maintain the power plants.

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The Ministry of Transport’s announcement follows the decision to choose Doral Energy as the winner of the tender for the construction of photovoltaic power plants on the territory of highway interchanges under the responsibility of the state-owned Netivei Israel company. The decision was made following a study that found that Netivei Israel owns more than 5,000 dunams of land that is not being used for commercial purposes due to lack of access, making it suitable for solar power plants. The initial phase will include the construction of photovoltaic elements in 13 junctions, which will produce 85 megawatts of electricity. Doral Energy will receive a 25-year license to build and maintain the power plants.

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